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Today 5:30 – 10:30 PM
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224 E 10th St New York, NY 10003
224 East 10th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10003
$$$Restaurant, Indian Restaurant
Indian Restaurant
Eclectic Restaurant
Asian Fusion Restaurant
Today 5:30 – 10:30 PM
Tuesday 5:30 – 10:30 PMWednesday 5:30 – 11:45 PMThursday 5:30 – 11:45 PMFriday 5:30 – 11:45 PMSaturday 5:30 – 11:45 PMSunday 5:30 – 10:30 PMMonday Closed
Graffiti is global bistro comfort food injected with street cred and a touch of genius. This hip, chic downtown serves dinner.
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A tiny wine bar & eatery serving eclectic, Asian-accented small plates at communal tables.- Google
"The Strawberry and Pepper Ice Cream is not my favorite unfortunately."
"I loved the pork dumplings and pork buns."
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Matt Kirmayer
2 weeks ago
The tiny size of this restaurant is in complete contrast to the huge palate of food. This is simply a spectacular restaurant. My wife surprised me by taking me here and I had no idea what to expect. The service was warm and friendly, the owner an absolute wonderful host, and the food so exceeded my expectations that I cannot wait to return. We ordered about 7 dishes and could not get over the wonderful and rich taste. The braised short ribs and lentils wowed us. Just wowed us! Go!
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Shayna C
2 weeks ago
Simply put, great food & great service.
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Ryan Coppa
6 months ago
The food was extremely unique and flavorful
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Athena Chang
2 years ago
Graffiti and Indian? The concept does not match but the food is amazing. I live on this block but have never made it here for dinner. Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, I managed to score a table for 4 on a week night without a hassle. It is such a hole in the wall place but it is worth it. We were seated right by the window and had not much elbow room so the seating is not very comfortable. Thankfully, I forgot all about the discomfort after food arrived. We ordered pretty much everything the waitress recommended. We started with their Green Mango Paneer and it has such an interesting flavor and texture that it really made an impression on us. I just really wish the dish is larger. The Zucchini Hummus Pizza is another great starter although it is not as unique as I think it to be. Their Braised Pork Bun with Apricot Chutney is excellent and has a sweet taste to it other than the typical tender pork juice. The Green Chilli Shrimp is refreshing and and the flavor is interestingly entertaining. We also tried all the desserts on the menu and I think the best is their Hazelnut Chocolate Chip Caviar. It is rich and creamy! The Strawberry and Pepper Ice Cream is not my favorite unfortunately. The dishes here are tapas style so you do need to order a good number of them to be satisfied. It is always fun to sample so many different dishes and try out various flavors and textures in one meal.
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4 months ago
I cannot say enough about this restaurant, the food was divine the atmosphere so different, the service spectacular. I was visiting new york and will come back again and again.
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Elizabeth Hawkins
3 years ago
I love everything I order at this East Village spot. Don't judge the staff based on the limited number... Although only a few of them, everyone who works there is skilled at creating both an intimate and fun dining experience! The communal seating can be awkward depending on the size of your group, but I enjoy the chance to meet other patrons.
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Hugh McGilligan
5 years ago
It's fine. The food was good in an interesting kind of way. Credit where it's due, the mix of flavours and textures was great. I'd hardly call it "mind-blowing" though. Furthermore, the hipster wait staff with their supercilious manner, combined with a space fit for 20 into which they cram 30 makes the experience pretty miserable.
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William McKenzie
a year ago
Mind-blowingly good. The hummus-and-zucchini pizza in particular..